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By Jerry Burnes / Williston Herald Williston's two strip clubs have been named in lawsuits filed by an attorney representing the dancers at the clubs, according to court documents.
DULUTH, Minn. - A Duluth man who told police that getting caught robbing a Lincoln Park bank in June was the “best thing that could have happened to him” has pleaded guilty to the crime in federal court.
MOORHEAD – Just a day before the Cass County administrator’s trial begins on charges of domestic assault against a 13-year-old boy, court filings are shedding light on the details of the case in which Keith Berndt allegedly punched and pushed the child, then dropped a pair of 40-pound weights on his chest at the child’s home here in February. The assault followed a Super Bowl party at the
MONTEVIDEO, Minn. - A 59-year-old New London man was killed Saturday in a hayride accident, according to the Chippewa County Sheriff’s Office.
The following cases were heard Aug. 29 by Beltrami District Judge Paul T. Benshoof: Kelly William Burgoon, 48, of Becida was sentenced for second-degree DWI to one year in the Beltrami County Jail of which 335 days are stayed for four years. Burgoon must serve 30 days and may do so on sentence to serve. He has been credited with three days time served.
The head football coach at the University of Minnesota Duluth says some players have been suspended after police cited them for underage drinking. Coach Curt Wiese says some players have also lost scholarships and two have been stripped of their roles as team captains. WDIO-TV reports Wiese says the weekend underage drinking party was hosted by football players. Names and individual consequences were not released. Duluth police say officers responded to a house party late Sunday night where about 75 people had gathered.
Students at the University of Minnesota-Crookston have been making the trek to the Lincoln Park Golf Course in Grand Forks all summer, but there haven’t been any sports involved. They’ve been working with Assistant Professors Katy Nannenga and Kristie Walker to track the levels of greenhouse gasses that are given off by common fertilizers. “We’re trying not to sacrifice overall turf grass quality without hurting environment,” Walker said. For the last two
Los Angeles Times/ Duluth Tribube Ever heard of “sleep drunkenness”? If you’ve ever tried to reach for your phone when your alarm clock rings or been so disoriented when you...
An Osage man and a New York Mills man were both injured when one Chevy Silverado rear-ended another on Highway 10 Friday afternoon near Perham. Paul E. Myllykangas, 29, of Osage and Olaf C. Hetland, 21, of New York Mills both suffered non-life-threatening injuries, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Both men were eastbound on Highway 10.
Two Fargo residents suffered serious injuries after their vehicle hit a deer, spun out, and was hit broadside by another vehicle on I-94 in Douglas County Saturday evening. Two people from Ottertail village were involved, but were not injured, in the crash, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Clyde D. Staus, 61, and Julie K.